From the Julieism Dictionary: a “run off” sentence

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6 responses to “From the Julieism Dictionary: a “run off” sentence”

  1. Hhahaa, I had a good laugh to this!!

    1. Thanks, Jake, glad to hear it 🙂

  2. Oh I love this one! Definitely been seein’ more ‘n more of those lately! (I just felt like writin’ in apostrophes. Don’t ask why. Maybe invent a new Julieist word for that?) 🙂

    1. Ahaha, Daniel, I do this too! Usually when I slip into Irish mode 😉

  3. I believe you have hit the proverbial nail on the metaphorical head with this insightful definition of a trend in literature that predates, well, actually one might find it in such classic works as Don Quixote and Tom Jones, and, for that matter, the Apostle Paul wrote sentences that filled entire chapters, of course it takes a true master of the language to pull such a feat off with grace and symmetry, and, oh, I don’t know, je ne cest quai.

    1. Brilliant, Tony 🙂 The French at the end is a cherry on top!

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